‘Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars': The Couples Split On Date Night

Fri, June 27, 2014 1:22pm EST by 3 Comments

There’s no question that the couples on ‘Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars’ have a lot of drama in their relationships so why not add even more craziness by swapping partners for date night? HollywoodLife.com has an exclusive first look at the June 27 episode — click to WATCH!

Wait a minute, is this Celebrity Wife Swap?! On Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars, the famous couples take a break from mending their own relationships, and are set up for date night with different partners! Tanisha Thomas and Ryan Sutter are matched together for dinner, but it’s not your typical candlelit romance. Things take a hilarious turn when Tanisha decides to give Ryan a few “swagoo” lessons. Don’t know what that means? Keep reading to find out!

‘Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars': Tanisha & Ryan Get Swaggy

We would never expect to see Tanisha and Ryan on a date together, but that’s exactly what happens on the June 27 episode of Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars. (Don’t worry, Trista, it’s just for fun!)

During an exercise involving the couples swapping partners for a date night, Tanisha and Ryan have dinner together at the house and seem to really get along!

Tanisha asks Ryan about his dancing skills, and he admits that he is the “typical white guy” and will only dance after a few drinks. Well, Tanisha isn’t satisfied with his answer, and insists on giving Ry Ry some “swagoo lessons.”

What is “swagoo” you ask? “Swag, but it’s like, your trippy,” according to Tanisha.

She also gives Ryan “gangster swagoo walk” tips, and lets just say, Ryan’s attempt is hysterical (watch the exclusive clip above, debuted by HollywoodLife.com)!

The Couples Split Up

We know that Tanisha and Ryan enjoyed each other’s company on their date, but what about their significant others?

Well, Ryan’s wife, Trista Sutter, got a massage from Roger Mathews. Meanwhile, Roger’s fiancee, Jenni “JWoww” Farley, went dancing with Slade Smiley.

To see what the other couples get into, catch Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars on Friday, June 27 (9/8c) on WE tv!

HollywoodLifers, is it a good idea to have the couples change partners or are they just asking for trouble? Let us know your thoughts below!

– Noelle Trainor

More ‘Marriage Boot Camp’ News:

  1. JWoww & Trista Sutter Break Down In ‘Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars’
  2. Jenni ‘JWoww’ Farley & Fiance Reveal Post-Baby Wedding Plans
  3. ‘Marriage Boot Camp’ Preview: Danni Wants To Be Dominated & Tied Up

Leave a Reply

To comment, please fill in the fields below, enter your comment and select the Comment button.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

View Comment


Posted at 11:50 AM on June 28, 2014  

The reality stars are doing what they do best –faking it for a living. Slade reminds me of “oh gee I will do what I can do best to do a reality show and I got my reality partner to take me all the way”.
Or how about Roger who must realize–“gee I do throw great tantrums” but at at least i am not fake like Jenn.” Well Roger your there for you piece of the pie—duhhhh! Its all too fake. just everyone has got to get those tears going and there are ways to do that.

Share this comment at Share with Twitter

Alexandra Jully

Posted at 4:09 PM on June 27, 2014  

my neighbor’s step-sister brought home $20864 a week ago. she has been making cash on the internet and bought a $519900 home. All she did was get lucky and apply the advice exposed on this link➜➜➜➜➜➜➜ M­­­­­­A­­­­­­X­­­­­­4­­­3.C­­­O­­­M­­­

Share this comment at Share with Twitter


Posted at 3:47 PM on June 27, 2014  

People have a tendency to make to much out of everything. People are holding true that tendency. People are making to much out of the word, marriage.

Share this comment at Share with Twitter